Monday, January 18, 2010


“I am going to spend the next couple of days listening and considering,” Parker said. “Our country is in a state of confusion. We need the politicians in Washington to stop printing money on bailouts for banks and create policies to help generate jobs for hard-working Americans. We need to bring fiscal conservatism, limited government and common sense back to America."

Paradise Valley lies in the heart of Congressional District Three, a place where Parker garnered a record number of votes in his initial run for office two years ago.

Parker announced an exploratory committee for Governor in late September and since then raised his seed money faster than the current sitting governor. Parker has generated endorsements and excitement across the state and is on track to qualify for Clean Elections funding next month.

Parker, 50, has previously served the administrations of George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. Under George H. W. Bush, Parker served as General Counsel to the United States Office of Personnel Management, and as a Special Assistant to the President at the White House. He is a small businessman that has also served as an interim pastor at a non-denominational church in the district.

Paid for by Parker Exploratory Committee

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

He should still run for Governor-